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News Briefing: China’s Rich Give Back as Philanthropy Surges

By Kate Golden on December 5, 2007No Comment
  • Philanthropic donations in China are surging, and should continue to do so, analysts say.  [Reuters]
  • Senator Grassley’s inquiry into the finances of six televangelists raises questions.  [Associated Press]
  • The ongoing Center on Philanthropy Panel Study explores factors that influence Americans’ giving and what causes those behaviors to change.  [Associated Press]
  • Former Senator Bob Graham and his family donate $1.5 million to the Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida.  [Associated Press]
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